After a long career as a professional soldier, I want to use the time that is left to me to bring dharma and karma in harmony with each other.
Picture taken during my last deployment as a UN peacekeeper in Africa.
I have interacted with many different cultures and ethnicities during my military postings, and I came to the realization that there are more points where they are converging than there are points where they are bifurcating.
It often stroke me that many of our policy makers don’t understand or ignore the socio-cultural dynamics that give an impulse to the progress of human civilization. I decided to leave active military service in order to become a cryptomathician; someone who’s researching the synergies between science, art, and religion.
As such, my actual occupation is to create a new metaphysical concept that could reunify the fragmented human skills and knowledge, and I sometimes refer to it as a contemporary philosopher´s egg.
I currently live somewhere between Europe, Central America and Asia as a digital nomad. I used to get around on a boat, but had to give it up because it was too time-consuming. Right now I get most of my utilities by magic, just like everyone else who lives on land. If I’m not writing, painting, composing, or moving around, I like to read, entertain my wife, and to visit artist colonies who established themselves in old factories or in the middle of nowhere.
I became also comfortably asocial—a hermit. Sometimes I tend to be a pessimist and an oil-and-water combination of ambition, laziness, insecurity, certainty, and drive.